Hip Hop Knowledge with Afrika Bambaataa [Interview]

Hip Hop is and has always been a youth phenomenon. From the block parties and Junior High School jams in the 70s to today’s electronic and trap scenes, a sea of teenagers flock to Hip Hop and make it a living and breathing culture. This explains in part why it’s mostly the older heads who stress the […]

Vithym – Aqueduct Walk ft. Luss [Audio]

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Bronx’s own Vithym (Vibe & Rhythm) just released a first single called Aqueduct Walk, featuring Luss, with some vivid street storytelling on life in his borough’s tough streets. Check it out:

Lord Finesse – Live From Tokyo Pt.1 [DJ Mix]

When he’s not behind the mic or the sampler, Bronx legend Lord Finesse is also a prominent DJ on the turntables. And he’s big in Japan. His live mix in Tokyo was recorded so the rest of the world can enjoy his fresh selects from that show.   In case you didn’t know, Finesse has […]

The Freshest Kids (2002) [DOCUMENTALITY]

Today, for the month of March, we present you the 3rd chapter of Documentality which will focus on one of the best documentaries ever made on b-boying, commonly known as breakdancing, about its birth and  role in the hip-hop movement. The Freshest Kids is a documentary produced by Eric Jones and Quincy Jones III that was […]